Review: Varsity Captain (Ginger Scott)

Varsity Captain
Anthology: Hot Summer School Nights
Series: Varsity,#4 
Author: Ginger Scott
Publication Date: June 30, 2021
Genre: Mature YA, New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Sports
Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Synopsis: 

All new and exclusive enemies to lovers and bully romance short stories and previews by: L A Cotton, Siobhan Davis, Ashley Jade, Piper Lawson, Tracy Lorraine, Michelle Mankin, Daniela Romero, Ginger Scott, Ivy Smoak, Becca Steele, and Shantel Tessier. This will be a wide release with special preorder pricing. 100% of the e-book profit is being donated to The Smith Family, a national, independent children’s charity helping disadvantaged Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create better futures for themselves. ***The e-book and the paperback will be available for a limited time only.*** 

About Varsity Captain:
This short story complements Book 1 in the Varsity Series, Varsity Heartbreaker. If you have read the series, you will enjoy getting a special POV from Lucas Fuller, getting to experience a few early scenes through his eyes. If you have not read the series, this will be a really fun way to start and will not give anything away. Also, this book will release as a full-length novel in the Varsity Series on October 15.


When I read Varsity Heartbreaker I really wanted Lucas’ point of view. Lucas was frustrating to say the least in that book. I just wanted to shout at him to give it up and admit to what was going on with him. The secrecy around his character was fabulous for the storyline with June, but I wish I would have had these chapters when I was reading that first book! I love that Ginger Scott is giving Lucas a book from his POV. I really enjoyed reading what was in his head. I can’t wait for the full book.

18 thoughts on “Review: Varsity Captain (Ginger Scott)”

  1. LMAO I like how you only reviewed one story in the anthology! I hope the actual full book delivers!

    1. You haven’t? I really enjoy her stuff. Most of it is mature YA, but she has NA books, too.

  2. I was confused when I read the review, but I got it LOL. Hopefully the full book comes out!

  3. So happy to hear that you loved this one so much! I love a little short story teaser that sets up what is to come. I hope that you enjoy the rest of the book when you get the chance to read it!

    1. Yay! Have you read the series? I would recommend starting with the first Varsity book.

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